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Configuration Guide - Basic Configuration

S7700 and S9700 V200R010C00

This document describes methods to use command line interface and to log in to the device, file operations, and system startup configurations.
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BootROM Main Menu

BootROM Main Menu

The BootROM main menu integrates main functions of the BootROM program.

During device startup, press Ctrl+B within three seconds when the message "Press Ctrl+B to enter boot menu :" is displayed to enter the BootROM main menu.
Press Ctrl+B to enter boot menu :  1 

Password:       //Enter the BootROM password.

To prevent unauthorized users from accessing the BootROM main menu, users are required to enter a password. The BootROM main menu password is Admin@huawei.com by default and possibly 9300 on a device upgraded from earlier versions, which can be changed on the Submenu for Changing the Password of the BootROM Menu.

NOTE:

If a user enters incorrect BootROM passwords three consecutive times, the device will restart.

To ensure device security, change the password periodically.

If you press Ctrl+T when the device displays "Start memory Test ? ('Ctrl+T' is test):" during device startup, the device will perform a memory check.

When the correct BootROM password is entered, the BootROM main menu is displayed as follows:
             MAIN  MENU

     1. Boot with default mode
     2. Boot from Flash
     3. Boot from CFCard
     4. Enter serial submenu
     5. Enter ethernet submenu
     6. Enter file system submenu
     7. Enter test submenu
     8. Enter password submenu
     9. Modify Flash description area
    10. Clear password for console user
    11. Reboot

Enter your choice(1-11): 
Table 10-1  Description of the BootROM main menu

Item

Description

1. Boot with default mode

Starts the device using the configuration information specified in 9. Modify Flash description area. The BootROM phase is not involved.

Select this option when fast device startup is required or when the operations in the BootROM menu do not involve the BootROM program.

2. Boot from Flash

Starts the device using the default system software in the flash memory. The BootROM phase is not involved. The default system software is specified in 9. Modify Flash description area.

NOTE:

The flash memory space is too small to store the system software. Select this option with caution.

3. Boot from CFCard

Starts the device using the default system software in the CF card. The BootROM phase is not involved. The default system software is specified in 9. Modify Flash description area.

4. Enter serial submenu

Enters the serial port submenu. In this submenu, you can download files through the serial port to the memory, flash memory, and CF card, upgrade the CPLD, and modify the serial port parameters.

Advantage: The serial port can be directly connected without being configured. Disadvantage: The file transfer rate is slow.

5. Enter ethernet submenu

Enters the Ethernet submenu. In this submenu, you can download files to the flash memory through the Ethernet port or back up configuration files.

Advantage: The file transfer rate is fast. Disadvantage: The network parameters and file server must have been configured to ensure reachable routes between the device and server.

6. Enter file system submenu

Enters the file system submenu. In this submenu, you can manage and maintain the file system.

7. Enter test submenu
Enters the test submenu. In this submenu, you can upgrade the basic BootROM, extended BootROM (BootLoad), and CPLD.
NOTE:

The BootROM program of a device consists of two subprograms: basic BootROM and extended BootROM. The basic BootROM is started first when the device starts and helps load the extended BootROM. The basic BootROM does not provide operation menus. The extended BootROM provides operation menus to implement system software upgrade.

8. Enter password submenu

Enters the password submenu. In this menu, you can change the BootROM password or restore the default BootROM password.

9. Modify Flash description area

Modifies the flash memory description. In this submenu, you can modify the default startup device (flash memory or CF card) and default system startup file.

NOTE:

The flash memory space is too small to store the large-sized system software; therefore, the CF card is generally used as the default startup device.

10. Clear password for console user

Deletes the password for login through the console port. If the password for login through the console port is lost or forgotten, you can use this function to delete the password.

11. Reboot

Restarts the device using the default startup storage device and default system startup software that are specified in 9. Modify Flash description area. The BootROM phase is involved.

Restarts the BootROM by selecting 11. Reboot and starts other components when parameter modification affects device initialization.

Shortcut key

The BootROM menu provides two shortcut keys: Ctrl+M and Ctrl+J. The functions of the shortcut keys are as follows:

Ctrl+M and Ctrl+J: The two shortcut keys can be used in any BootROM menu to provide functions similar to Enter.

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